Thanks a lot everyone for the links and suggestions ,
I will take a look into mod_rewrite and search engine friendly URL's To
make the site more efficient ,
On Sun, 2009-12-20 at 12:44 +0000, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
> On Sun, 2009-12-20 at 12:15 -0500, Gautam Bhatia wrote:
> > hey folks,
> > This is in regards to SEO and PHP, From what i have
> > read , most (Not all) the PHP Contents is dynamic , which makes it so
> > powerfull , but it also means that chances of it being indexed in search
> > engines are less , am i right in saying this ? . If so how do i optimize
> > my site for search engines which is being powered by PHP and content is
> > Dynamic. Please guide in this regard. Thank you.
> > Regards,
> > Gautam Bhatia
> > mail2gautambha...@gmail.com
> This is a point you'll see mentioned by most SEO 'experts' none of
> whom I've seen can provide any evidence of this. Just think about the
> last time you searched for the answer to a question online. I'd hazard
> a guess that the most popular results had dynamic URL's such as forum
> posts, etc.
> While it is true that the URL of a page has some weight to the pages
> ranking, it's miniscule compared to the actual content of the page.
> There might be an issue with blogs though, the ones where new old
> posts get pushed to other pages. So a story that appears on
> blog.php?page=1 might tomorrow appear on page=2, and then page=3 the
> day after. If you have a setup like this, then you could benefit from
> making more static type links for the posts, like Wordpress does.
> More important for your SEO is getting the content correctly marked
> up, i.e. headings in <h_> tags, alt text for images, etc. There's a
> good tool for checking these sorts of things at